It’s been a long, snowy La Nina Winter, and I know you might be looking for signs of Spring in the long-range forecast. Well, let’s see if I can put a “glass is half-full” spin on this. The forecast for April, May and June is still calling for BELOW AVERAGE temperatures in the Inland Northwest. However, I think that will be more true for the first half of Spring, with temperatures trending toward normal by June. That’s when La Nina will have weakened to the point that it is no longer a player in our weather pattern. It looks like the wetter-than-average weather that we’ve been having will also trail of significantly. The end of March and beginning of April look pretty wet, but I think we’ll get more and longer breaks between storms in May and June. For more from NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, CLICK HERE.
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